Sue Scott Gallery

Sheila Pepe

Selected Works

Exhibitions

Press

Bio

SHEILA PEPE
 

 

 

EDUCATION

1995 Master of Fine Arts, School of the Museum of Fine Arts —Tufts University, Boston, MA
1994 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME
1984 Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Blacksmithing, Deer Isle, ME
1983 Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramics with Distinction, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
1981 Bachelor of Art, Albertus Magnus College, New Haven, CT
 

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS       

2012 Pepe and Puntar's Lucid Dream Lounge with Special Guests....(two person exhibition with Diana Puntar), Participant, Inc. New York, NY
  Common Sense Athens, American College of Greece, Athens
2011 Sheila Pepe: Common Sense, Chicago, He Said She Said, Oak Park, IL
  Common Sense and Other Things, Carroll and Sons Gallery, Boston, MA
2010 Simple Drawing, Arts on the Point, University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA (public commission)
2009 Yo Mama: Sheila Pepe and Friends, Dust Gallery, Las Vegas, NV
  Common Sense: A Collaboration with Curator Elizabeth Dunbar, Testsite/Fluent - Colab, Austin, TX
2008 Red Hook at Bedford Terrace, Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA
  Sheila Pepe: Drawing in Space, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
2007 BUS LINES: Drawing Center/River-to-River Festival's Big Draw, World Financial Plaza and Wintergarden, New York, NY
2006 Mine Ayn, Rowland Contemporary, Chicago, IL
2005 Mind the Gap, University Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA (catalogue)
  Hot Lesbian Formalism, Sesnon Gallery, University of California, Santa Cuz, CA
  Tunnel, Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ (catalogue)
2004 Two Women: Carrie Moyer and Sheila Pepe, Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Lakeworth, FL (catalogue)
  Bridge and Tunnel, Susan Inglett Gallery, New York, NY

I Love New York, Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston, MA
2003 From Delancy and Clinton, Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barabra, CA
  Under the F & G, Visual Art Center of Richmond, VA (catalogue)
2002 Susan Inglett Gallery, New York, NY
  Come Fly with Me, The Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC
  High Hopes, The Clifford Gallery, New York, NY
 2000  Shrink, Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT (catalogue)
   Josephine, Thread Waxing Space, New York, NY (catalogue)
1999 R&D, Judy Ann Goldman Fine Art, Boston, MA
  Priming the Audience, The Bunting Institute, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA
  Strings, Things and Pictures, The Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts, MA (catalogue)
  Jennjoy gallery, San Francisco, CA
1998 Susan Inglett Gallery, New York, NY
  Pull, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown, MA
1997 Fix Flex, Reflux, Judy Ann Goldman Fine Art, Boston, MA
1996 Part and Parcel, Trustman Gallery, Simmons College, Boston, MA
  Exquisite Corpse for One: The Many Betweens, Mobius, Boston, MA
1994 Work from the Doppelganger Series, 88 Room, Allston, MA
 

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2012 Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY (forthcoming)
  NetJets private event, Miami, FL
2011 A Room, in Three Movements, Sue Scott Gallery, New York, NY
  Paper A-Z, Sue Scott Gallery, New York, NY
2010 Hand + Made, curated by Valerie Cassel Oliver, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, TX
2009 whitey on the moon/white hot money, curated by Kanishka Raja, 106 Green, Brooklyn, NY
  Pratt Prints, Gallery Belas Atres University Gallery, São Paolo, Brazil
  SOMArts / Queer Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA, THREADS, curated by Tirza Latimer, Allison Smith and others
 2008 Pratt Prints, Gallery Gravura Brasileira, São Paolo, Brazil
  Artcrush, Jenny Jaskey Gallery at 220 Rittenhouse Place, Philadelphia, PA
  The Future Must Be Sweet: Lower East Side Printshop Celebrates 40 years, curated by Marilyn S. Kushner, International Print Center New York, NY, NY.
  Crossing Disciplines: Light, curated by Keith Sonnier, Rubelle and Norman Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY
  Radical Lave and Subversive Knitting, reinstalled “Midtown,” Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, Az
  Pink and Bent: the Art of Queer Women, Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation, New York, NY
  Color in 3D: Found, Applied, and Readymade, curated by Saul Ostrow, WestportArts Center, Westport, CT
  Radical Lave and Subversive Knitting, reinstalled “Midtown,” Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, IN
  Sheila Pepe, Colby Brewer and Me: A collaborative installation with the public, Utah Museum of Fine Arts, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
  Empire of This, curated by Janet Phelps, Claire Oliver Gallery, NY, NY
  Break the Rules!, Manheim Kunstverein, Manheim, Germany
2007 Liquid Sky, collaborated will Ball-Nogus Architects, designed and crafted seating, PS 1/ MoMA, Long Island City, NY
  Quiet Riot, curated by Julian Kreimer and Karolyn Hatton, March Gallery, New York, NY
  Material Pursuits, Fleming Museum, Burlington, VT
  Arte Povera Oggi. Per una nuova arte di guerriglia (Poor Art Today. For a New Guerrilla Art), ESSO
Gallery, NYC
  Shared Women, L.A.C.E., Los Angeles, CA
  Radical Lace & Subversive Knitting, Museum Of Arts and Design, NYC
2006 Flex Your Textiles, curated by Ginger Books Takahashi and Trevor Boyer, John Connelly Presents
  The Line of Beauty, Kathleen Cullen Fine Art, New York, NY
  Two Friends and So On, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY
  I Was a Sunbeam, David Krut Projects, New York, NY
  When Artists Say We, Artists Space, New York, NY
2005 Crossing Disciplies: Drawing, Schaffler Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
  Everyday Objects, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Ketchum, ID
2004 Compound Interest, Collaborative Concepts, Beacon, NY
  NeoQueer, CoCA, Seattle, WA
  VideoMUTE, The Judi Rotenberg Gallery Annex, Boston, MA
  The Armory Show, with Susan Inglett Gallery, New York, N Y. March 11-15
2003 Project Spaces, curated by Lauri Firstenberg and Jenn Joy, Artists Space, New York, NY
  Manic, curated by Nancy Doll, D.U.M.B.O. Art Center, Brooklyn, NY
  The Armory Show, with Susan Inglett Gallery, New York, N Y. March 6 –10
 2002 Brooklyn: Next Next Visual Art, curated by Dan Cameron, Brooklyn Academy of Music, NY
  The Photogenic, curated by Ingrid Schafner, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA (catalogue)
  Grotto, Jessica Murray Projects, Brooklyn, NY
  Flat/Not Flat, Judy Goldman Fine Art, Boston, MA
2001 Verging on Real, curated by Jennifer McGregor, Wave Hill, Bronx, NY (catalogue)
  The Energy Inside, curated by Dan Strong, Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa (catalogue)
  Susan Inglett Gallery, New York, NY
2000 Greater New York, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY (catalogue)
  The End, Exit Art/The First World, New York, NY
1999 Arrested Ambition, curated by Gregory Williams, Apex Art, New York, NY (catalogue)
  Museum School Traveling Scholars 1998, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA (catalogue)
  Frontline, The Boston Athenaeum, Boston, MA (catalogue)
  Compliments, The Educational Alliance, New York, NY
 1998  Art on Paper, The Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC
  Drawing the Question, curated by Jennifer Gross and Susan Harris, Dorsky Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)
  Elbowroom, curated by Maria Friberg and Monica Larsen Dennis, Tredje Sparet, Stockholm, Sweden (catalogue)
  Chaos, Control, Chaos, Control. You Like? You Like, curated by Annette Lemieux, Elias Fine Art, Boston, MA
1997 Drawing and Painting, Wooster Gardens, New York, NY
  Gothic, curated by Christoph Grunenberg, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA (catalogue)
  Grammercy International Contemporary Art Fair with Judy Ann Goldman Fine Art, NY, NY
  Hollywood Premiere: Just for the Night, Hollywood Premiere Motel, Los Angeles, CA
1996 The Lois Foster Exhibition of Boston Area Artists, Part Two, Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA
  Integer, curated by Lia Gangitano, Woodstock Center for Photography, Woodstock, NY
  Fictions, curated by Marcella Beccaria, Galleria Guido Carbone, Turino, Italy (catalogue)
  Between Desire and Dementia, Salon 75, Brooklyn, NY
  Fuzzy Logi, a screening, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
  Pet Paintings, Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston, MA
  Hippie, curated by Andrew Guthrie, 88Room, Allston, MA
1995 Way Cool, Exit Art/ The First World, New York, NY
  Fake I.D., curated by Lia Gangitano, 88Room, Allston, MA
  Angels, Barbara Krakow Gallery / Howard Yezersky Gallery, Boston, MA
 

 

AWARDS

2011 Anonymous Was a Woman Award
  Art Matters Grant
  Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, New York: The Milton and Sally Michael Avery Residency for Artists
2009 Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant
2004 Lower East Side Printshop Publishing Residency, New York, NY
  Rhode Island School of Design Professional Development Grant
2001 The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award
1999 ART/ OMI International Art Residence, Ghent, NY
1998 Mary Ingraham Bunting Fellowship at Radcliffe College
  School of the Museum of Fine Arts Traveling Scholarship
1997 Provincetown Art Association and Museum National Annual Award, Juror: Milena Kalinovska.
1994 Geraldine R. Dodge & Ann and Graham Gund Fellowships, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture
1984 Scholarship Recipient, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME
 

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

  Chambers Hotel, New York, NY
  Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, MA
  Goldman Sachs, New York, NY
  Jersey City Museum, NJ
  List Visual Art Center, MIT, Cambridge, MA
  Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
  Simmonds College, Boston, MA
  Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA
  Ritz Hotel, Boston, MA
 

 

CATALOGUES/BOOKS

  Barber, Jennifer, ed, Salamander, Vol.4 No.2. Brookline, MA, 1997
  Bancroft, Shelly, ed. Strings Things and Pictures. Boston: Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, 1999
  Barkan, Hope, and Michael Wentworth. Frontline: Ten Contemporary Draughtsman in New England. Boston Athenaeum, 1999
  Beccaria, Marcella. Fictions. Turino, Italy: Galleria Guido Carbone, 1996
  Blacklow, Laura. New Dimensions in Photo Process. Boston: Focal Press/ Elsevier, 2007
   Blau, Phyllis, and Eric Vieland. 7 Objects/69/90. Amherst, MA: University Gallery, University of Massachusetts, 1990
  Davies, Diana.  Photojourney. Belfast, Maine: Bag Lady Press, 1989
  Dunbar, Elizabeth. Declerate. Kansas City: Kemper Museum, 2005
  Gangitano, Lia. Josephine. New York: Thread Waxing Space, 2000
  Grunenberg, Christoph. Gothic: Transmutations of Horror in the Late Twentieth Century. Boston: MIT Press, 1997
  Hammond, Harmony. Lesbian Art in America: A Contemporary History. New York: Rizzoli, 2000
  Harris, Susan, and Jennifer Gross. Drawing the Question/Drawing a Conclusion. New York: Dorsky Gallery, 1998
  Hieber, Lutz and Martin Stather, Break the Rules. Mannheim, Germany: Mannheimer Kunstverein, 2008
  Jersey City Museum. First Look: The Essential Guide to Jersey City Museum. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2006
  Joy, Jenn with Helaine Posner, Sheila Pepe and Judy Pfaff, Mind the gap, Amherst, MA: University Gallery, University of Massachusetts, 2006
  Kistler, Ashley. On Site/Artists’ Projects: Under the F&G. Richmond, VA: Hand Workshop Art Center, 2003
  Klose, Stephanie and Cathy Maquire. Lion Brian Yarn: Just Bags. New York: Potter Craft, 2006
  Kushner, Marilyn S. The Future Must be Sweet – . New York: Lower East Side Printshop, 2008
  McFadden, David. Radical Lace and Subversive Knitting. New York:  Museum Of Arts and Design, 2007
  McGregor, Jennifer. Verging on the Real. New York: Wave Hill Glyndor Gallery, 2001
  Nahas, Dominique. Shrink. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University, 2000
  Posner, Helaine. High Hopes. Hamilton, NY: Colgate University, 2002
  Rush, Michael, and Dominique Nahas. Two Women: Carrie Moyer and Sheila Pepe. Lake Worth, FL: Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, 2004
  Schaffner, Ingrid. The Photogenic: Photography through Its Metaphors in Contemporary Art. Philadelphia:  Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 2002
  Williams, Gregory. Arrested Ambition. New York: Apex Art Curatorial Program, 1999
 

 

REVIEWS / ARTICLES

 2011 Fisher, Naomi. “Critics Picks: A Room, in Three Movements.” artforum.com (January 2011)
  McQuaid, Cate. “Sheila Pepe’s Strings, Attached and Removed.” boston.com (26 January 2011)
  Staff, “Goings on About Town: Art: A Room, in Three Movements” The New Yorker (14 & 21 January 2011)
2010 Gschwandtner, Sabrina, “Yo Mama.” Interweave Knits, Spring 2010
2009 Weerts, Emily, “A Stitch in Time: Common Sense at testsite,” austinist.com (26 June 2009)
2008

 Carlin, T.J.,  “Studio Visit: Sheila Pepe.” Time Out New York (4-10 September 2008): 98

  Carlin, T.J., “Empire of This.” Time Out New York (17-23 January 2008): 64
  Diane, in Elmerst, Queens: “Letter of the Week/ Reply All.” Time Out New York (18-24 September 2008): 4
  Hoge, Sharon King and Andreas Kornfeld. “Color in 3D.” Connecticut Cottages  & Gardens (September 2008): 102.
  Kirk, Andrew. “Stringy art a work in progress.” Deseret Morning News  (23 March  2008)
  Parnass, Larry. “Long Ties bind installation artist to Smith museum,” Daily Hampshire Gazette (12 September 2008)
  Slowinski, Dolores S., Metro Times: Detroit’s Weekly Alternative. (6 February 2008)
  Staff, “Color in 3D” opens April 18 at Westport Arts Center.” Norwalkplus.com (7 Apr 2008)
  “Westport Arts Center presents two public arts talks.” Norwalkplus.com (7 May 2008)
 2007 Gardner, James, “ P.S. 1 in the Sun,” The New York Sun (June 28, 2007)
 2006 Thorson, Alice. “Deliberate Deceleration,” Kansas City Star (January 8 2006)
2005 Rewdwine, Nancy. “Strings Attached,” Santa Cruz Sentinel (15 January 2005): B6
  Klose, Stephanie. "From Lap to Lift." Knit Knit 5 (2005)
  Nash, Margo. “A Family Portrait, in Crochet and Shoelaces,” The New York Times (August 7, 2005): NJ11
2004 Barnett, Kari. “Summer art exhibition opens at PBICA.” Lake Worth Forum (29 June 2004): 3
  Feinstein, Roni. "Carrie Moyer and Sheila Pepe at the Palm Beach Institute." Art in America (December 2004)
  “Galleries: An artist weaves her love of New York City into her work.” Boston Globe (12 March 2004)
  Glueck, Grace. “Art in Review, Bridge and Tunnel.” New York Times (5 March 2004)
  Halden, Loann. “Art, activism and intimacy.” TWN Weekly News (8 July 2004)
  Holliday, Frank. “A Partnership of Ideals.” Gay City News (5–11 August 2004)
  Joy, Jenn. ”Two Women: Carrie Moyer and Sheila Pepe.” Contemporary, no. 68 (2004): 67
  Lombardi, Dominick. "Students, Teachers and Mentors." New York Times (28 March 2004)
  Ryan, Dinah. “Sheila Pepe: Risking Reference, Allowing Allusion.” Sculpture Magazine 23, no. 7 (September 2004): 20
  Schwan, Gary. “Diverse offerings of ‘Two Women.’” Palm Beach Post (20 June 2004)
  Sheffield, Skip. “Two women artists…” Boca Raton/Delray Beach News (25 June–1July 2004): 13E
  Sjostrom, Jan. “Two-woman show depicts hands-on art.” Palm Beach Daily News (18–21 July 2004)
  Turner, Elisa. “A nuanced past is transformed into the present.” Miami Herald (16 August 2004)
  Yee, Ivette M. “The female perspective.” South Florida Sun-Sentinel (5 July 2004)
2003 "Bridge of Sighs and Shoestrings." Santa Barbara Independent 17, no. 868 (10–17 July 2003): 49
  Budick, Ariella. “Apprentices, Curators of their Mother’s Art.” Newsday (9 May 2003): B19
  Donelan, Charles. "New York City on a Shoestring." Santa Barbara News Press (18–24 July 2003): 6
  Dreiss, Joseph. “Richmond, Virginia, Sheila Pepe...” Art Papers (July/August 2003): 40
  Levan, Lori Don. “My Mother’s an Artist.” NY Arts (June/July/ August 2003): 50
   “My Mother’s an Artist.” New Yorker (26 May 2003)
  Perez, Rebecca. “My Mother’s an Artist...” Gotham Magazine (May 2003)
  Proctor, Roy. “Art supplies: a crochet hook and shoestring.” Richmond Times-Dispatch (2 February 2003)
  “Sculpture Forever.” Flash Art (July/September 2003): 105.
2002
  Scott, Andrea. “Goings On About Town.” New Yorker (27 May 2002): 18
  Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices...Sheila Pepe...” Village Voice (21 May 2002)
  Ryesky, Helene. "Photography Seen." Art Matters (April 2002): 20
  Salcman, Michael. "The Photogenic : Photography Through Its Metaphors in Contemporary Art." PEEkreview.net (2002)
  Schaffner, Ingrid. "The Unphotographable." Art on Paper (March-April 2002): 58
  Sozanski, Edward. "A Puzzle and a Provocation." Philadelphia Inquirer (10 March 2002): H-7
2001 Parker, Lauren. “Knock Knock.” Smock (Spring/Summer 2001): 100–107
2000 Buskirk, Martha. “Planning for Impermanence.” Art in America (April 2000): 116
  Lloyd, Ann Wilson. “Sheila Pepe at the Boston Center for the Arts.” Art in America (July 2000): 114
  Sirmans, Franklin. “Greg Coates … + Sheila Pepe…” Time Out New York (24 February–2 March 2000): 71
1999 Sherman, Mary. “Shape, Shadow prime viewers at Bunting.” Boston Sunday Herald (18 April 1999): 55
1998 Burns, Joe. “Shadow play shapes Sheila Pepe’s art.” Provincetown Banner (14 May 1998)
  Chambers, Christopher. “Picks.” NY Arts (May 1998): 42
  Kotz, Liz. “Shadow Dancing.” OUT Magazine (May 1998): 62
  Scott, Whitney. “Must Gallery.” New York Post (25 April 1998): 29.
1997 “Artists to translate…” Boston Globe (18 November 1997)
  Beccaria, Marcella. "Sheila Pepe: The Spaces Between." Artmedia (January/February 1997): 35
  Cotter, Holland. “Drawings and Paintings.” New York Times (19 September 1997): E37
  Gangitano, Lia. "Integer." Photography Quarterly 69, vol. 4, Center for Photography at Woodstock (1997)
   
  Raymond, David. "The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston Gothic." Art New England (October/November 1997): 61
  Smith, Roberta. “The Horror: Updating the Heart of Darkness.” New York Times (1 June 1997): 33
  Snyder, Dean. "No B.I.A.S. exhibit celebrates artists' drawings." Bennington Banner (16 January 1997): 19
1996 Cohen, Joyce. "Art in a Natural Setting." Art New England (June/July 1996)
  Levi, Paolo. "La Mostra." La Repubblica (July 1996)
  Quaid, Cate. "'Eccentricities'...'Hippie' is an anonymous..." Boston Globe (14 March 1996)
  Mulatero, Ivana. "Storie delicatamente incoerenti." Corrieredell’arte ( 22 June 1996)
  Perrott, Jeff. "Fictions: Marcella Beccaria and the Boston-Torino Connection." Artsmedia (Summer 1996): 31
  "Pitura e scultura cercano nuovi liguaggi/Inquietani collages e ironiche 'Fictions'." La Stampa (27 June 1996)
  Staff. "Arrivano dagli USA Fra ironia, horror, e linee post-punk di giovani artisti." La Stampa (4 June 1996)
  Temin, Christine. “Perspectives.” Boston Globe (22 May 1996): 66
1995 MacDonald, Christine. "State of the Art: VideoSpace." Boston Phoenix (6 October 1995)
  Morgan, Robert C. "A New York Spring." Cover (Summer 1995): 63
  Wildman, David. "Artitsts draw freely on word hippie." Boston Globe (25 February 1995): C11
  Hoge, Sharon King and Andreas Kornfeld. “Color in 3D.” Connecticut Cottages  & Gardens (September 2008): 102
1991 "Women's image that endures." Daily Hampshire Gazette (2 May 1991): 23
1990 Wright, Patricia. "Roaming galleries in search of..." Daily Hampshire Gazette (22 August 1990): 27
 

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2010- Special Assistant to the Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Art and Design, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

2006-

2010

Assistant Chair, Fine Arts, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
Adjunct Associate Professor: Graduate Symposium (Fall 2006-Fall 2010)

2002-

2006

Visiting/ Adjunct Associate Professor, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY:
Fine Arts, Junior Sculpture Studio, Graduate Drawing into Sculpture (Fall, 2005) 
  Part-time Faculty, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI:
Experiments in Drawing, Graduate Seminar (Paint Dept); Senior Studio (Sculpt Dept.)
  From Sketch to Finish Wintersession, France (Paint Dept.): Making Multivalence  (Graduate Studies)
2002 Visiting Artist/ Faculty, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond. Sculpture: Senior & Grad Critique (spring)
  Visiting Faculty, Bard College, Anandale-on-Hudson, NY: Looking Out Loud: Sculpture & Painting (spring)
2001 Part-time Faculty, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI. Sculpture Department: Figuring the Body (fall)
  Visiting Faculty, Bard College, Anandale-on-Hudson, NY: Senior Studio, co-taught with Nayland Blake
  Faculty, The New School, New York, NY: Introduction to Drawing
  Visiting Faculty, Williams College, Williamstown, MA. Winter Study: Political Art, co-taught with Carrie Moyer
2000 Visiting Faculty, State University of New York, Purchase, NY. Drawing: Advanced (spring), Intermediate (fall)
  Co-teacher invited by Judy Pfaff, Bard College, Anandale-on-Hudson, NY: Advanced Sculpture (fall)
  Instructor, The Educational Alliance, New York, NY: Drawing (fall)
1999 Part-time Lecturer in Art, Williams College, Williamstown, MA: Accelerated Drawing I, Advanced Drawing, and Junior Studio Seminar
1998 Graduate Advisor, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA. Sculpture (fall)
1997-98 Visiting Faculty, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA: Advanced Sculpture Studio; Graduate Advisor Studio of Interrelated Media and Sculpture
1996-97 Visiting Assistant Professor of Art, Williams College, Williamstown, MA: Accelerated Drawing I, Drawing I, Junior Studio Seminar and Lecture Course: Expanding the Visual Field: 1945 to the Present
1995-96 Artist-in-Residence/ Faculty, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA: Introduction to Drawing, 3-D Design
  Guest Lecturer, Smith College, Northampton, MA: Vision and Visuality in Dance Composition
  Adjunct Faculty, School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, MA: On Copying & Appropriation
1994-95 Graduate Instructor, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA: Making Sculpture in Boston, Introduction to Video, New Student Seminar, Section Leader: Postmodernism and After
1993-94 Teaching Assistant, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA: Core Sculpture Seminar, Representing Genders and Sexualities
1990-92 Instructor, School of the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, Springfield, MA
1985 Instructor, The Women's School, Cambridge, MA

 

 

 

GUEST LECTURES/CRITIQUES

2012 Anderson Ranch, workshop instructor
2011 Skowhegan WALKS event at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
2010 Yale University, New Haven, CT. Graduate Sculpture
  Textile Study Group of New York City, NY
  University of Massachusetts, Boston (Harbor Campus), MA
  Women's Art Institute at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, MN
2009 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT. Resident Artist
2008 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT. Resident Artist
  Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, Artist Lecture
  Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA. Artist Lecture and Graduate Painting Critiques
2007 RISD, Providence, RI. Artist Lecture and Graduate Printmaking Critiques Graduate
  University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA. Artist Lecture, Painting Critiques
  Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY. Artist Lecture, Painting Critiques
   Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. (Studio visit in Brooklyn)
  School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. Four Painters: Artist Lecture, Painting Critiques
2006 Spencertown Academy Arts Center, Spencertown, NY. Exhibition walkthrough with Carrie Moyer
  Williams College, Williamstown, MA. Lecture and Senior Majors Critiques
  Munson-Williams-Proctor Art Institute, Utica, New York. Visiting Artist Lecture
2005 NY Studio Program, New York, NY. Visiting Artist Lecture
  Rutgers, Mason Gross School of the Arts, New Brunswick, NY. Lecture and MFA Critiques
  UCSC, Santa Cruz, CA. Public Lecture and various Sculpture class meetings and discussions
2004 Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI. Digital Media Department MFA Critique
  University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA. MFA Final Critique
2003 University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Lecture and MFA Critiques
  Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, NJ. Lecture and MFA Critiques
  Penn State University, State College, PA. School of Visual Arts Lecture Series
  Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, NJ, Artforum Lecture Series
  Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA. Sculpture Department, MFA Studio Visits
2002 New York University, New York, NY. Performance Studies. Fast Cheap and Out of Control: Ephemeral
  NY Studio Program, New York, NY. Lecture and Critiques
2000 Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI. Junior Sculpture Studio
  Pratt Institute, New York, NY, invited by John Monti, Senior Seminar
  Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI. Department of Architecture, invited by Frano Volich
  Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. G.S.D. Dry Wall, invited by Sheila Kennedy
  New York University, New York, NY. Gallery Talk at Thread Waxing Space, invited by Beverly Semmes
1999 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. V.E.S., Drawing, invited by Annette Lemieux
  Parsons School of Design, New York,, NY. Senior Studio, visiting Instructor for Heide Fasnacht
  Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA. Graduate Seminar
1997-98 Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA. Critic for Sculpture Semester End Review Boards
  Quinipiac College, Hamden, CT. invited by Lynda Benglis
   1997-98
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Graduate Reviews
  Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA. An Artists View: Joseph Marioni Paintings
  School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. On the Exhibition Queer Ground
  Smith College, Northampton, MA. Guest Lecturer, Art and Music (spring and fall semester)
  School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA Second Year MFA Seminar
  Williams College Department of Art, Williamstown, MA, Senior Tutorial
1996-97 Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA. Gallery talk: Gothic with curator Christoph Grunenberg
  Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI. Queer Arts Fest
  Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA. Artists-On Artists Gallery Talk: Cildo Meireles
  School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. MFA Reviews
1995-96 Parsons School of Design, New York, NY. Junior Studio
  School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. MFA Reviews
  Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA. Critic for Sculpture Semester End Review Boards
1994-95 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. V.E.S., Sculpture
  School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. Guest Instructor, Object a Week

 

 

 

PANELS/SYMPOSIA

2010 “Mapping,” Academic Initiative Committee of the Faculty Senate, Pratt Institute, New York, NY.
2008 “Making Art in the World,” Pratt Institute, New York, NY. Moderator.
2007 “The Future of Feminism.” Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY.
  “Art Partners: The Erotics of Collaboration.” College Art Association Conference, New York, NY.
   “Cracking the Contemporary Art Code 2007.” Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA.
2004 “A Conversation with Sarah McEneaney.” Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA.
2003 “Radically Local.” Grace Theater in conjunction with Hand Workshop Art Center, Richmond, VA.
2002 “Artists Who Curate.” Nomads + Residents at 16 Beaver, New York, NY.
  “Slide Show: 7 Artist Talks.” Triple Candie, New York, NY.
2001 “Notes from the City of Ambition.” paper delivered for the conference: Art Spaces in Gender Perspective, University of Bielefeld, Germany.
1998 “Degrees of Narrative: Visual Artists and Writers.” panel discussion organized for Rose Art Museum, MA.

 

 

 

EXHIBITIONS CURATED

  Mother May I?, Campbell Soady Gallery, New York, New York. 2007
  No Lemons, No Melon, David Krut Projects, New York, NY. April 2006 with Carrie Moyer
  My Mother is an Artist, Gallery at the Educational Alliance, New York, NY. 2003
  Close to You, Gallery @ Green Street, Boston, MA.1999

 

 

 

WRITING/PUBLICATIONS

  Liquor Amnii 2: Notes, Mobius Artists Group & Macedonian Artist. Providence: Convergence X Festival, 1997.
  M/E/A/N/I/N/G #4: Feminist Forum (2007) Online: http://writing.upenn.edu/pepc/meaning/04/
  New Prints: Autumn 2007, International Print Center, New York, NY. (Exhibition essay)
  “Featured Artist Sebastiaan Bremer” Lower East Side Printshop Newsletter Winter, New York, 2007.
  Taxing. Sarah McEneaney. Philadelphia: ICA, University of Pennsylvania, 2004.
  Thesis Exhibitions 2002. Anderson Gallery, School of Arts/ VCU, Richmond. (Catalogue introduction)
  To Soar: An Interview with Nancy Spero, Trivia: A Journal of Ideas. Amherst (Issue 16/17, fall 1990).
  Reviews for Gay City News, New York, 2006: “Painter, Lesbian, Feminist … Louise Fishman,” Volume 5, number 8
  “The Operation of Collage.. Geoffrey Hendrick and Berty Skuber,” vol. 5
  Reviews for Gay City News, New York, 2005: “Sisterhood, Then and Now…Nancy Spero and Mary Kelly,” vol. 4, issue 46
  “Monumental Disparities… Sam Durant,” vol. 75, issue 41
  “Kim Jones’ Long War,” vol. 75, issue 37
  “Women Challenge a Male Domain… Gretchen Bender, Deb Kass & Mary Ellen Strom” vol. 4, issue 27
  “Eruptions Galore… Heide Fasnacht,” vol. 4, issue 2
  “Rubbery Remembrances… Diana Puntar,” vol. 4, issue 16
  “The Immediacy of Niagara… Cadence Giersbach,” vol. 4, issue 13
  “Harlequins Stripped of Romance… Jennifer Cohen,” vol. 4, issue 8
  Reviews for Gay City News, New York, 2004: “Soul of the machine… Saint Clair Cemin,” vol. 3, issue 345
  “Opulence as …Kristen Hassenfeld,” vol. 3, issue 340
  “Portraiture in Crisp… Karel Funk,” vol. 3, issue 331
  “What’s in a Genre...David Humphrey,” vol. 3 issue 317
  “Virtuosity and Seduction.. Domingo Barreres,”vol. 3 issue 301
  “Season to Create Protests,” vol. 3 issue 36
  Reviews for Gay City News, New York, 2003: “Established but still Feisty.. Williamsburg,” (feature) vol. 2 issue 47
  “Impressionism steeped.. David Korty,”vol. 2, issue 47
  “Brooklyn text… Joe Amrhein,” vol. 2, issue 44
  “Dressing... Senga Nengudi,”vol. 2, issue 40